Free Places To Visit In London

Top London Days Out provides details of free things to do in London.

For London visitors wondering what to do in London we have many suggestions for cheap London sightseeing and places to visit in London.

The majority of London attractions listed are free to visit and include London art galleries, London Zoos (petting), London events, London museums, London parks, the Royal Parks and many other London attractions.

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With London being home to millions of people, it's no surprise that it is full of traders and markets, selling everything from fresh fruit and vegetables to art, antiques and clothes.

Stall holders tend to vary from day to day, so it's worth popping back a couple of times to make sure you get to see everything each market has to offer.

This claims to be the worlds largest antiques market with over 1000 sellers. The antiques market takes place on Saturdays.

Sunday flower market and shops in the East End.

An open market of around 200 stalls selling clothing, footwear and accessories.

Petticoat Lane is one of Londons oldest markets and has been running since the 1750s.

Market and shopping district famous for street entertainers where you can enjoy shopping, theatre, restaurants and bars in a historical setting.

The Largest wholesale fruit, vegetable and flower market in the UK.

An area of small shops and market stalls selling vintage fashion, handmade jewellery and homewares.

A Saturday market with over 100 stalls located in the East End between London Fields and the Regents Canal.

The Stables Market is a huge maze of vintage clothing, gifts, antiques and food with hundreds of stalls.

The market place in Kingston has been used since around 1170 in the time of Henry II. Now Kingston Market provides local food and drink and features a number of street performers.

Borough Market is primarily a food market offering a wide range of British and International produce just a short walk from London Bridge station.

A disused brewery on Brick Lane that has now been transformed into an arts and media venue.

Lots of shops and stalls with a real street vibe. Most of the time there are about 80 street traders.

Brick lane Market is open on Sundays and is a traditional flea market.

A vibrant covered market with a variety of stalls set within the Greenwich World Heritage site.

Brixton in South London hosts a market with a slightly different outlook on things, whereas Borough hosts traders from all around the London area and beyond, Brixton market hosts exclusively local traders, so when you buy from Brixton Market, you know your money is being put straight into the local area.

Whether it's freshly caught salmon you're after, or a well aged cheese or wine, you can find it on trip to one of the many markets in and around the city. Do be aware that most of the markets listed are not open every day, so do check their web site before you visit. You can find a link to their web site on our detailed information page.

Follow the Map link below to see all markets on an easy to use map of London. Do check their web site before you visit as you may find that they are having a special event or exhibition. You can find a link to their web site on our detailed information page.